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            MARK C. MANNING, P.C.
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Mark Manning was admitted to the Alaska Bar in 1981, and joined the admiralty firm of Bradbury, Bliss & Riordan. He opened his present office in 1994 focusing on admiralty and maritime practice,civil litigation and commercial advice. Regardless of the maritime or non-maritime character of a matter, the guiding principles of Mr. Manning's practice are an immediate and careful understanding of the client's needs, and the prompt crafting and implementation of a strategy to accomplish them.
Education: Haverford College (B.A. 1973); University of Utah (J.D. 1981)
Member, University of Utah Law Review 1980-’81 
Bar Admissions: Alaska Bar Association, October 1981
United States District Court for the District of Alaska, 1981
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 1988
United States Supreme Court, 1992 
Law Practice:

Bradbury, Bliss & Riordan June 1981 - 1991 (partner from July 1, 1984)
Bliss Riordan 1992 - March 1994 (partner)
Mark C. Manning, P.C. April 1994 - present


American Bar Association
Maritime Law Association of the United States
Anchorage Bar Association
Professional Activities: U.S. District Court Civil Justice Reform Act Committee, 1991 - 1994
U.S. District Court Local Admiralty Rules Committee, 1994 - present
Alaska Bar Association Fee Arbitration Committee, 1990 - 1993
Alaska Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Lecturer
        2000 Maritime Personal Injury Law
        1995 Admiralty and Bankruptcy
        1994 Gateway to Maritime Law
        1989 The Law of Maritime Liens and Mortgages
        1988 The Law of Maritime Personal Injury
        1987 Admiralty Law in Alaska
University of Alaska Lecturer, Admiralty & Maritime Law 1986 & 1997